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By now most of us are familiar with the “ten thousand hour rule,” popularized by Malcolm Gladwell. This is the hypothesis that to attain an elite level of expertise in a given domain – be it musical performance, athletics, visual art or playing chess – requires a minimum of ten thousand hours of deliberate practice.
In-text: (Bicknell, 2012)
Your Bibliography: Bicknell, J., 2012. Musical Skill and Deliberate Practice. [online] Psychologytoday.com. Available at: <http://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/why-music-moves-us/201211/musical-skill-and-deliberate-practice> [Accessed 12 January 2015].
Music today is more “mechanized” than in the past. It’s not that music is literally made in a factory now, but more that musicians have increasingly had access to metronomes, clicktracks, drum machines, arpeggiators, electronic keyboards, sequencers, sophisticated software, and other things that tend to produce less than “organic” sound.
In-text: (7 Decades, 7 Musical Evolutions, 2015)
Your Bibliography: Blog, 2015. 7 Decades, 7 Musical Evolutions. Available at: <http://blog.echonest.com/post/70299217721/7-decades-7-musical-evolutions> [Accessed 13 January 2015].
In-text: (Gibson, 2015)
Your Bibliography: Gibson, N., 2015. History of Electronic Music: From the 1970s to Today. [online] Udemy.com. Available at: <https://www.udemy.com/blog/history-of-electronic-music/> [Accessed 12 January 2015].
Music (and other goods such as digitized photographs and video clips) is an information good, and specifically, an experience good, whose true value to a consumer is revealed only after its consumption (Nelson 1970).
In-text: (Gopal, Bhattacharjee and Sanders, n.d.)
Your Bibliography: Gopal, R., Bhattacharjee, S. and Sanders, G., n.d. Do Artists Benefit From Online Music Sharing?. 1st ed. [ebook] p.1. Available at: <http://users.business.uconn.edu/sbhattacharjee/research/IPR_superstar.pdf> [Accessed 13 January 2015].
On a beat from Timbaland protégé Danja, M.I.A. reminds us what she does so well, building hooks out of words strung together for maximum phonaesthetic pleasure over a twisty synth bazaar, syncopated drums, and an SOS signal.
In-text: (Lambert, n.d.)
Your Bibliography: Lambert, M., n.d. M.I.A.: "Bad Girls". [online] Pitchfork. Available at: <http://pitchfork.com/reviews/tracks/12074-bad-girls/> [Accessed 13 January 2015].
It is important to note that our list of top ten highest earning bands is dominated by rock bands.
In-text: (Mash, 2013)
Your Bibliography: Mash, J., 2013. 10 Highest Earning Bands Of All Time. [online] TheRichest. Available at: <http://www.therichest.com/expensive-lifestyle/entertainment/10-highest-earning-bands-of-all-time/> [Accessed 13 January 2015].
YouTube popped up out of nowhere half a decade ago as a source of easy video hosting and sharing. And while it may still be widely used for amateur and personal videos, it's also a major source of music videos. A recent report by tracking firm Visible Measures found that nine out of the ten most "viral" videos in 2009 were music-related (the one exception was a film trailer). As such, music videos have been a tremendous vehicle for promoting acts.
In-text: (Masnick, 2009)
Your Bibliography: Masnick, M., 2009. How the record labels spurned the YouTube opportunity - Telegraph. [online] Telegraph.co.uk. Available at: <http://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/google/6832196/How-the-record-labels-spurned-the-YouTube-opportunity.html> [Accessed 14 January 2015].
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